BackTable / Urology / Podcast / Episode #148
Defending the Detrusor: A Clinician’s Perspective
with Dr. Wayne Kuang
In this episode, Dr. Wayne Kuang (MD for Men LLC in Albuquerque, NM) discusses his initiative to redefine the benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) care pathway for patients, doctors, and the healthcare industry.
One of his main focuses is to prioritize bladder health and end the polypharmacy approach to BPH. Dr. Kuang also introduces the 5 Stages of Bladder Health, emphasizing the risks if BPH is not treated effectively and earlier. He underlines the importance of strategic treatment planning based on detailed data collection of the patient’s prostate and bladder health. Dr. Kuang also examines different surgical and medical treatments for BPH. He ends the episode by explaining the Man vs. Prostate initiative and the significant global impact of his advocacy.
BackTable, LLC (Producer). (2024, January 23). Ep. 148 – Defending the Detrusor: A Clinician’s Perspective [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from https://www.backtable.com
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Dr. Wayne Kuang
Dr. Wayne Kuang is a men's health urologist in Albuquerque, New Mexico, CEO of MD for Men, and the founder of the ManVsProstate Crusade.
Dr. Jose Silva
Dr. Jose Silva is a board certified urologist practicing in Central Florida.
00:00 - Introduction
02:01 - The Impact of BPH on Patients
05:57 - The Importance of Bladder Health
10:38 - The Five Stages of Bladder Health
23:00 - The Role of Primary Care Physicians in BPH Treatment
26:03 - The Role of Medications in Treating BPH
34:06 - The Role of Urologists in BPH Treatment
39:07 - The Importance of Personalized Therapy in BPH Treatment
44:17 - The Man vs. Prostate Initiative
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